A woman purporting to be a Kaiser Permanente nurse recently tweeted a video of herself being kicked right off the job for refusing to get the vaccine.
Her Twitter account has since been suspended, but Gillian McKeith is still tweeting all about it:
“I am being escorted out of Kaiser Permanente hospital for my religious beliefs,” the unidentified nurse said into the camera, as someone escorted her off the premises. She did not specify which religion forbids its followers to get vaccinated, or how long the taboo has been in place (vaccines, after all, have only been around for the past 220-ish years; most world religions are substantially older than that).
It’s almost like her willful idiocy had nothing to do with religion. Maybe that’s why her religious exemption from the vaccine was rejected by the hospital before she was placed on unpaid administrative leave this past Saturday (a fact that she narrated during the 1.5-minute video).
Unsurprisingly, this woman, who apparently has a moldy bowl of word salad fermenting inside her skull where a brain should be, spent most of the video congratulating herself. “I’m willing to lose my safety, security, my house, everything for freedom,” she said. “I want you to think about that.”